24 May Room in a Box: the 30 Minute Move — Campaign Live
Typically, furnishing a new place involves certain trips to a furniture company, (often a Swedish one) a rented truck, pulled muscles, a cost of around $1000, and a blister-inducing relationship with an Allan Key… We don’t know who this Allan is, but we can’t say we’re a huge fan.
Today, after nearly 4 year of experimentation and product development we are ready to head back to the roots of our company to launch a solution to furnishing student housing: a room in a box. Checkout our Indiegogo page here to get your Room in a Box for a limited time only for $149, including shipping.
- 1 x Chair
- 1 x Desk
- 1 x Garbage / Recycling Bin
- 1 x Bed (8 x Stax with 4 x Connectors, Mattress not included)
- 1 x Dresser (4 x Stax that can re-configured in an infinite amount of ways)
- 1 x Room in a Box…Box (with wheels and handles for ease of transport)
Because our furniture is so light (the desk weighs less than 7 lbs.), the pieces can be moved and arranged as required by a single person. This makes for versatile furniture which can be used in many different ways and configurations. The design of the furniture also includes sliding drawers for storage (with stoppers) which double as handy moving boxes.
- No Tools or Glue required
- Assembles by hand in minutes (Our founder has it down to 10 minutes)
- 100% Recyclable, Made of 75% Recycled Materials. – Giving Mother Nature a little Hug
- Easy to shift around and customize
- Water Resistant -Our Water Resistant Coating beads allowing for easy wipe off
- Re-usable -Assemble and Disassemble items for multiple years
- Light weight and easy to transport- even under your arm
- Customizable Shelving – Our Stax storage system, inspired by Tetris type games, can be arranged into any formation you see fit.
- Storage- Bed units and shelving come with drawers equipped with a stopper.
- Draw, Paint or Pin to it
- Durable – we have been using early prototypes of the desk for over 3 years and they still look great.
- Free Shipping
Video credits: Maria Stern, of Turqoise Films.